While scouting in Wyoming territory, Duke is forced by outlaw Tom Tuesday to act as his guide to an important rendezvous in Ruby City, Idaho. Tuesday is going blind from a gunshot wound, and Duke is able to turn the tables on him.

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Duke Shannon (as Scott Miller)
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In western Wyoming Duke Shannon is scouting for the wagon train but has been gone for a long time worrying Chris Hale. Chris and Bill decide to check things out for themselves and they come upon the same problem Duke found. An earthquake or other event has replaced a mountain and a pass with a wild river that is impossible to cross. Bill spots Duke's gun and holster on the ground. Chris sends Bill back to take charge of the wagons while he looks for a pass and the unarmed Duke who must be in danger. He eventually does find Duke with a new grave. They return to the train where Chris describes what happened as the exhausted Duke sleeps. Duke was held up by an outlaw known as Tom Tuesday who has a high price on his head after helping rob a million dollars. Tom has been hit in the head by a shotgun blast causing him to pass out letting Duke regain control. However, later Tom uses a hidden derringer to regain control. He wants Duke to lead him to Idaho to the daughter he has never seen who... Written by Anonymous

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3 April 1963 (USA)  »

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Great episode
11 October 2016 | by (Seattle, Washington United States) – See all my reviews

The best Wagon Train episode I have ever seen. No spoilers here. Just a remarkable story, well written, and the acting wasn't bad either... I urge everyone to watch this episode. This was a great story. I am a western fanatic. The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp. Have Gun, Will Travel. Gunsmoke. Laramie. Wagon Train. Bat Masterson...I watch them ALL! Well, except for Have Gun, Will Travel because Encore Western channel took the OFF (Shame on Encore Westerns! Very Bad Decision on their part and adding not one, but two episodes of Wanted: Dead or Alive. I like Steve McQueen but...)!!! Anyway, today the episode of Wagon Train-The Tom Tuesday story was one of the best I have seen in a long time. First, it was well written. It was way different from the normal bad guy-good guy, good guy wins fare. This was a very good story. It was very well acted too. This will be by far one of my favorite story lines ever. Watch it if you can. I liked it very much!!


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